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Interview with Fey Ugokwe, Author of ‘Wifey’

Wifey

"The term 'wifey' can mean anything from indeed a wife, to an indispensably mad-fabulous girlfriend." Read More »

Forgiveness and the Art of Hatred

When someone says "There's a reason for everything" to an abused child, all I hear is that it's okay for adults to abuse children. Read More »

How Batterers Abuse the Child Custody Decision Process

How can the family court system protect battered spouses and children? Read More »

Book Review: Thread on Arrival by Amanda Lee

Lee is clearly a story wizard, and it is evident from setting to plot to characters to action. Read More »

Is Obama’s Call for Peace an Impossible Dream?

How global domestic abuse affects you, and what you can do about it. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Choke”

Several characters "Choke" in the latest Glee, on a quiz, a college audition, and standing up to an abusive spouse. Read More »

Book Review: Tears of the Phoenix by Lonnie Beerman

The adventures, heartbreaks and triumphs of three boys and their families in a small southern town during the socially tumultuous 1960s. Read More »

Sold Out: Rihanna and Chris Brown Do Music Together

In a money-grabbing cynical move Rihanna and Chris Brown make music together, with a dangerous message: violence is okay. Read More »

Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro January 14, 2012

Gov. Barbour pardons based on Christian forgiveness but I say only God can forgive murder. Read More »

Book Review: The Safehouse by T. Thomas Ackerman

Detective Jessie Warren helps abused women get away from their husbands and start over. Read More »